ABC commissions the pilot of a sitcom called "Selfie." Because, well, zeitgeist. Or something.
Peter Kay's new sitcom Car Share is on iPlayer your phone, tablet or computer before it arrives on your television.
A new TV show about two guys working at the daily deals Web site is set to air on CBS next season, and it's confusingly named "Friend Me."
No, The 404 Podcast isn't getting a TV deal with CBS, but it doesn't seem that far out of reach. The network has its giant eye on the witty musings of a cynical old man, posted on a Twitter account created by his son, Justin Halpern. Will & Grace creators David Kohan and Max Mutchnick are signed as Exeuctive Producers and Justin himself will super the writing along with Patrick Shumacker. Uhh, HELLO CBS, is anyone from our parent company out there? You already got a strategically developed television show just waiting to delight the eyes and ears of America: it's called THE 404.
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CNN reports on a streaming video channel that edits classic television sitcoms down to four-minute webisodes.
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The Sony Xperia C3 packs a 5-megapixel front-facing camera with a flash for feeding your selfie habit.
Starting with Jack Whitehall's Bad Education, BBC Three scripted comedy will be on iPlayer a week before you see it on TV.
In one of the biggest TV disappointments of the year, the trailer for NBC's She-Ra sitcom starring Kylie Minogue is only a joke.